I just want to wish you a happy new year 2020! 🙂 A new decade was now started and the Dreamcast scene is almost alive, and that’s a pleasure to see that! I’ve not posted so much things here but don’t worry, speaking about my hobbies, I’m working on the coming DreamSDK R3 package, but… Read More »
Recently I wanted to set Google Chrome by default on my fresh Lubuntu 19.04 VM and despite the presence of the Make Google Chrome as default browser button, it never works: Firefox remains the default browser. I wanted to setup Google Chrome by default without uninstalling Mozilla Firefox as I use both browsers. Open a… Read More »
I totally forgot to post here, but I’ve recently released the DreamSDK R2 package! A lot of improvements and changes are included in this release, like: Full Code::Blocks IDE integration, including debugging on the real hardware, directly from the IDE! DreamSDK Manager was redesigned and improved a lot. A lot of new tools are included… Read More »
I just want to wish you a happy new year 2019! 🙂 May the Dreamcast be with you this year!
So after almost 2 months of intensive work, I’m really happy to announce you that my latest project is done: DreamSDK R1 is out. DreamSDK is a modern, ready-to-use environment for the Sega Dreamcast development designed for the Microsoft Windows platform. Main features are: Fast & easy to install: just double-click on the setup file… Read More »
As I stated on Twitter, I’ve released all the source codes of all my tools I’ve published through years. Most of them are written in Pascal Object/Delphi, but some of them are written in C/C++. All these tools were originally published almost 15 years ago, so a lot of them will not work on modern… Read More »
I’ve just a made a mirror of the excellent Dreamcast site run by Lars Olsson. You can find it here.
If you are a Java developer you certainly know Apache Maven, which is (more or less) a Make equivalent for the Java world. Some days ago I needed to automatically extract some values from the pom.xml file to automatize some operations. For example, I wanted to extract the values of the groupId, artifactId and version… Read More »
If the Sega Dreamcast world is familiar to you, you most certainly know the CDI image format. CDI images are mostly bootable images for the Dreamcast: simply burn the CDI disc image and then put that burned CD-R inside the Dreamcast to see the game booting. CDI images are generated with a tool named Padus DiscJuggler.… Read More »
As you already know, the Raspberry Pi is a wonderful nano-computer with a lot of features. By default, the Raspbian OS is configured to be used as a desktop computer. But it’s better used like a server! To do that, we need to perform some cleanup (i.e. removing useless packages) and add some additional packages… Read More »